Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Kriti Sanon’s latest release Raabta which got an unnecessary publicity by dragging it to court by the makers of Ss Rajamouli’s Magadharreraa, finally turned out to be a disaster at Boxoffice.
The reason why the makers of Magadheera might have withdrawn their plagiarism case is simple. They felt insulted on reading Raabta’s script. Terrible pathetic disgusting are small words to describe this film.
One can definitely say, Calling Raabta a copy is an utter Raabish. The subject is nothing that has not been done in Indian cinema earlier. The way the story is treated takes a toll on your patience. This a story of love through ages and lives.
Coming to story, Shiv (Sushant Singh Rajput) from Delhi, living in abroad, He is a riot type of boy. He meets Saira (Buda Sanon) in Budapest. At first, he falls in love with her. Surprisingly, he’s already dating another girl. Saira also falls in love with him. Even a liquor don Zack (Jim Sarbh) also loves her, kidnaps her and takes her to an island. She comes to know that her relation with Shiv is not of this birth, she goes into her earlier birth. What is the relationship between the person who kidnapped Saira? . It the story of separation and death and love after death. But terribly made.
When it comes to the concept of Renaissance, the story of ‘Magadheera’, and ‘Rabta’ looks similar. But the stories and narrations are different. The chemistry between the lead pair is good. The war scenes are good, but rest of the film is terrible to watch.The makers should have scissored the length of the film.